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Keynote Speakers

Crossing Channels: From Academic Research to the Corporate Boardroom

Dirk Gewert, PhD
Head of Bioproduction, Horizon Discovery, Ltd., Cambridge, UK
Nanotechnology Opportunities in Health

Archana Bhaw-Luxumon, PhD
Drug Delivery & Nanotechnology Unit
Centre for Biomedical & Biomaterials Research, University of Mauritius. Mauritius
Adventures in Inflammation Research

Luke O’Neill, PhD
School of Biochemistry and Immunology, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
Towards Precision Medicine: Data-driven Machine Learning Approaches to Understand Autoimmunity

Rae S M Yeung, MD, PhD
Professor, University of Toronto
Senior Scientist & Rheumatologist, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada

Science & Society

Science & Society is an online conference that provides scholars worldwide an opportunity to present their research and network with a broad scientific audience. The 2019 conference held last year attracted participants from 90 countries, and presentations garnered thousands of views.

Presenters and attendees simply connect to the live broadcast conference using a link that will be distributed to registered participants. Attending the conference does not require submitting an Abstract. Moreover, attendance is completely FREE of charge, and participation only requires that you have a stable internet connection as well as a computer or mobile device.

Interested trainees are invited to Submit an Abstract related to the topics indicated for either oral or poster presentation. Topics span from basic/fundamental research to translated work and population health. We are currently accepting Abstracts for the following types of presentations:

  • Oral
  • Poster
  • Pre-Recorded Video
  • Hot-Doc

examples of which can be found on last year’s Conference Page.

For a higher resolution version of the 2020 poster, click here.

Conference Topics



Chronic Disease



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